So what sea the most blue
the Most blue seaEach seaman who passed not one decade across the seas and oceans will confirm with
to you that it
the sea is valid to eat - the most blue sea is an Aegean Sea. I personally visited many seas and
communicated with skilled seamen “ acquired a cockleshell “;-) and all of them confirm that the most blue sea -
this Aegean Sea. For the first time I saw it in 1980 when on the " training ship; Professor Anichkov “ we
went from the port of Novorossiysk to Bari port. When I saw it, just did not believe the eyes - many
seamen came to the deck and looked as bewitched on this really supernal loveliness and could not come off
- just unreal picture. At the Aegean Sea, Greek Α ι γ α ί ο ν π έ λ α γ ο ς (English Aegean Sea) is not present
of a clear boundary as it enters the Mediterranean Sea. So is called North - east part
of the Mediterranean Sea. In North - the western part of the Aegean Sea there are Dardanelless Strait,
connecting it the sea with Marble. The southern border, we watch the card, conditionally separates a chain of islands from which
the most known Crete and Rhodes. As eastern frontier serves the coast of Asia, western - protected
of Greece, in the north - Turkey. Uniqueness of the Aegean Sea is an abundance (about 2000) of islands from which are most remarkable
: Euboea, Paros, Melos, Lesbos, Chios, Samos, Ikariya, Rhodes, etc. Many times I passed
through the Aegean Sea and every time in any weather it struck with
fantastic blue - so that the answer to a question what sea the most blue I think is. The vessel passed in some places glad with islands which represent just rocks and that is surprising on many such rocks - islands there are monasteries and these monasteries Orthodox Christians with blue domes and crosses. There in the field-glass it was even possible to make out monks who lived there and something is surprising even tried to put on these rocks. For reference still I will tell that from - for such the number of islands still call the Aegean Sea the sea of the Archipelago. On various theories the sea was formed as a result of immersion of sushi (Egeida) which remains are numerous islands. The name received the sea just from the name of the archipelago which in turn, as well as all in Greece, is called in honor of the mythical drevngrechesky tsar of Athens - Egeus. Egeus got this archipelago with brothers after a victory over Metion`s sons in war for Attica (all Greece) and was called respectively in his honor, and Attica (Greece) was divided chetyrmya by brothers into 4 parts.
is not absolutely clear why this magic blue of the Aegean Sea is inherent only here. As well as any sea it salty, but in difference that part it which is the Aegean Sea considerably differs from all Mediterranean Sea on composition of water. The Aegean Sea has higher salinity than Black: 37,0 - 40,00/00, though lower salinity than other part of the Mediterranean Sea therefore after swimming in it it is obligatory to be washed by fresh water, will hurt differently the eyes.
In more detail about any features can esteem
here If to whom it is interesting, then I saw the Green beam twice - soon after I will give the reference that it is
such here - it really exists but it is possible to see it only under certain weather conditions and
only after a big storm with the heavy rain. Perhaps it promotes that,
that air gains certain unique properties.